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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c r v- E OOOO 4 S t IN 183 t e HS i ft tJ t TT NEW SERIESrYOL XIII NO 32g SPRINGFIELDI WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 16 1906 1 Jipp iOO PER YEAR IIiD1zWf F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTljl iifJOffic over Haydon Barber pn1 york reasonable priceg n worjr guaranteed k SPRINGFIELD KYI V OUR DIRECTORY SIPRINGFIBLD county seat of r Washington County 52 miles south east of teiinrton 59 miifrom t Louisville pa Bardstowc branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad in- L farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone J lines express office flojor mldls lumber yanls Popuation 1160 population of- county 15000 Ip t Representative in Congress Hon D 1 Smith Hodgenvil eKy Representative in Keutuck Legis attire lion W D Cfaybrooke Representative in State Senate lion Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Diretoryw CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and October IH Thtirman Judge R L Durham Commonvrealth At orney Rqbt A Npe Clerk c ill Gr Leaidiman Master Commiss oner5 Q1JARFl4V COURT Quatt rCurtheld on the third itbnday in each mouth B If Litsey Jud COUNTY COURT County Ctrt meets onie fourth r Monday in etch mouth B L I itsey Judge f iW F Booker County Clerk T S Hayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Ofcbourne Sheriff Sam Andersons rH B Powell Herbert Eddleman 4 Deputie- Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor i W E 1itchc1iDcPUtYS Noe TreasurerRobert r r JM Montgomery Coroner j J1Bush Snpt of Common Schools tO SprIngfield I CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jntice Courts are held in January April July and October Church Directory t METHODIST CHURCH RevG W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the Firstnnd Third Suudavs In each month at 11 a m a1 730 p m Sund9ScliOol every Sunday atlO tm Prayer meinic every Wednesday aight CATHOLrIC CHURCH Rey P JtHenncssa11 Pastor Ser TiccsifvervSundaY at Band 10 oclock an4 Saf vflcos at St Rose Same hours c f CHRISTIAN CHURCH RVLI Wal dtnTasor S c1- vievSnday i fPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D jLatimer Pastor- S Preaching every Sunday at 11 amT 1J and at j pm Sunday school every unday at 10 nm Prayor meetin every Thursday evening at 7 oclock t BAPTIST CHURCH ReyVmHarrisou Williams rtPreaching every Sunday at IT am and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting evry TneEdav evening at 745 oclock i I Fraternal Orders I 3MASoNIc LODGE Springfleid lodge No SO nieets first and third Mouday eu ach mouth 4 y7ashiugton R A Chapter No 57 neets everyvsccond Tuesday- SprngfieldCouncil lSo52 meets on Very tourthMojnday KNIGHTS of THE MACAHEES Meet TO FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOu of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi- t cine Take it at once Do riot risk having Brights Di- s tease or Diabetes There isi t thing gained by delay wA lj 50c and lpO Bottles r MEFVIBfUMTITVTCf b Ywrniklebj RedOross Drug Store r w r 70THE flAflERT t t nsU SCR11 naUIiJml JON if7 WOO OO Aii ROUND OF TALK nnrtnnnn irznn HopiesickI f Wilt Weston Id like to go back and live thld das over To drive the dow to lpasturedown the lanej And wade barefobted through fields of fragrant clover And hear thfc singtheirIsongs again Pd like to sit wjthih the maples shadow And ivatcli the swallows net beneath the eaves To hear tht red wing way down in the meadow Singo r his nest well hid amid the leaves Im sick of city noise an1 roarafnfl With clamor men H5d women rushing to and fro Mad with the lust for gold crazed f Withits glamor I w nttogo back vhere fragrant breezes blow Id like to go back and leave the endiesssWving waytj I wanttvtrr the dear old way of living And put my head inmothers lap and rest IRE is IT Under 1he pro visions of the local optiOn Jaw the practicing physician in counties where local option pre vail will be a personage of im portance and a frimd in need to many a pooivsufferer The new county unit local oplior law except in it pohibition provisions druggists and physicians who are alloyed to handle liquor and to have in their possession an amount not to exceed five gallons atone time In the ques tion to be voted on in this oouoty and in other counties the pro hjjbitory clause is mide to apply to the druggists who will not be allowed to seU liquor on prescription are in any other way nor or they to be permitted to order or receive any intoxcating Iliquors or to have the same in their possession This additional prohibitory clause is however not made to apply to practicing physicians twh6are allowed to kep liquor in quantities not to exceed five galloriald to d is pense same to patients as they see St The doctor therefore is likely to grow more and more popular in certain districts Of course rb reputable physician wil abuse the privilege thus granted hirn and dispense liquor but he fs per mitted to prescribe and furnish liquor to such patients as he be lelves are in need of such a remedy and he is to be the sole judge of thel needs of his pa tiens jttj looks to us as if the law was itulty in that regacd for while asv e said before we dont bfcHnvel any physician of good standing in the community will abuse the privilege yet it opens tile way for those who are not over scrupulous There is no way to Mop It should a man with a license to practice choose 0 prescribe and dispense liqQCr his pdtens He ts to lettho jfOr judd of their needs 1SWa tF 3Jbroolre J Sod5j rrig h gblyelatelover the rosI Huberttvrnomination for Secretary State The indications no v of1 that Vle land wll have a over in the primary as Morgan Chinp 15 hesitating about enterS iit g the race and there is no other candidate spoken of Mt Glaybroolce iis promised the posi uon of iAssistaiit SecreIarin vree1andsJeleclion I Ire kD ilswHHsaafiMra indiscriminately ypiioiD FEvnT11e Ken tucky Boird of Health has t issued circular calling attent on to the increasing prevalence and mortality from tvphoid fever and offering some useful suggestions as tolbe prevention of the spread of the cont giou Springfield art4 Washington cbunty has J suffeieil the loss of a large num ber of useful citizens from this dread disease within the past- few years Reports show that in Kentucky last year there were 18305 cases and 1579 deaths omtyphoidJcbieflycori X ffi oed to neople in the prime cfI life and usefulness The circu lar attributest the greatest cause for thespread of the typhoid germ to the common house fly This 1itt1pest s knbwn to ear jrv germs from infected places into houses and kitchens and to deposit suchI germs dire tty on food which may be taken into ones system The time is coin ing vhena systematic war of ox termination will be waged against 1he Jly and the mbsquiter vliic1iare recognized qstwo of the most dangerous pests to life and bealihin human beings i 1MTREET IMPROVEMENTS The citizens cf the town will be glad to learn that the City Council has decided to dofsome much needed work on the streets and have contracted for ipod perches of crushed stone to be uedi immediately This stone is to be usecin repairing the streets and it will go a long ways towards putting the streets inii the niain part of the town in first class condition ir Tbe Bpd of tug World of troubles that robbed E Bd Wolfe of Bear Grove Ia of all usefulness came when he began taking Eleetric Bitters et writes Two vears ago ICidneyo trouble caused me great suffer I mg which I vould never have survived had I nql taken Electric Bitters They aho cured meC of Genera Debility Sure cure for a Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Blood diseaEs Headache Dizziness and Weak ness or bodilv decline Price SOc Guarantee byC J Haydon drug store FF Kentucky Fair Dates Kern Creelf August 14 4 daysfI Vanceburg Springfield Augus15L1daysS Broadbead August 15 3 lays l Columbia August 214 days Shepherdsville Aug 224 4ays Law ncQburg Aug 214 days Guthrie August 233 days N5cholasMlie Aug 28jduys l London ugust234 days l ShelbyvUle August 28 4 days Florence August 2Q4 dave t Ewing August 30 3 days l Elizabeth toivn Sept 4r8 days i Paris Sept 45 days f Bardstowii Sept 54 days Glasgow sept 14 dajps Lexhigton Sept 17 6 tiays i Sebree September i85days Henderson Sept 255 day PdlmOuth Sept 264 days Pembroke Sept 27B days pwensboro October 25 days Mayfidld Octobers I days Ekton Octobe3 J days Big Warehouse John B Hutch ings an architect of Louisville jAfe completr i edtlie plans and specifications for the tnattmoth warehousft of American Tobacco Company which is tj bn erectod on East Seventh street in this city A number of bids hap already t ben received for the construction ofr thebuilding and theuo trJct will probably lie awarded in a few days The plans and spec ficatlCn call for a two story brick struct ure wth aTrontage of 422 feet and a dppth bf 150 feet Ife will be by gieat odds tlJC largest building in Lexington Archi tect Hutching has also prepar ad plans for a now warehouse which the American Tobacco Co erect 01 Mavsville and for IWIll exteosive addition j to the companys plant at Lousvilie Lexingiba Observed MOORiiSVJLtE Mr Gao Yocum is Sit so riously ill at ins sons Messrs Ed and So in Yooum His brother Dan Yocunij of Anderson county iis at his bedside helPingImy tpighbors to 1 wbe1tJI50 btfehes of rye and 200 btshels of oats allinl this vicin l it Mr Ucnjy Wells horse ran away with him llast Saturday and bruisedhim up considerably Several of our boys took in Woodlawn last Sunday night We were sory to hear of the death of Mr Will Scott which occurred last Friday at Early Tithes Typhoid fever w sthe cause of his death Interment the followingI day at Mt Zion cemetery + Several lronu here attended the Baptizing at Chaplin Fork last Sunday There were 15 baptized several more joined by letter J Judge Tijurman said in his speech af taud last Sundaythat I was mistaken in this local op tion election being an electioneering scheme Well if I ant wontfbe the first time I have been mistaken and I hope I was mistaken As for my being a Democrat I have voted theJ straight Democratic ticicot for twentythree years Never voted or a Republican and perhaps never will Mr A V Eddleman llost a valuable mare lla Sunday She wasvaluedat200 Several of our people will taken the fair this week Cnred Hai Foyor and Snmmer Co1Iii I AJ Nusbaum Batesvillo Indiana VritesULast year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so ecibg that interfered with my business I had many of the simptoms of hay feverand a doctors prescrip tian did not reach my caue and I took several medicines which seenifd tell nly aggravate my case Fortunately insisted upon having Fowlers Honr ey and Tar and it quickly cured me My wife has since used Fowlers Hon i y and Tar with thu tamo success l Sold at Itcd Cross DrugStores PUBLIC SALtI d n Of Valuable Farming and Timbered Land As attorcer iin fact for the heirsll t law of Isaiah Prather deceas d I will on turdayaSept mber 1 1906 V beginning at 1080 am offer forrr sale atpublc auction to the highff est bidderat the late residence ofa said Isaiah Prather three aid ne half miles Northeast of Willis burg Ky about 800 a i sof land This land is excellent grass tobac20 and corn land is well fenced and is in good conditiOn it has as tine timber as can be oDsistrl1glot in ibenorthQrn part of Washington county Ky ard pos esspstt an abundant sunply of never fallt Ing water It is situated i5 miles rain Springfield and 10 miles I from Bloomfield with good turn p kes to both points where rail roatl shipping faciliios exist Thisland has been surveyed and potttfd and vili be offered in separate tracts of from JO to 150 acres and then will be offered as a wliole aad wIlibe sold rtccord ing to the plan producing iho most money TERMS OP SALTS The terms of tho sale will be l one third cash the remainder in l three annual instalments to beJ come duO and payable in oub i two and three years from the t first day of January 1U07 T J PuATirau t Attorney in foci of all the hells at law of Isaiah Pruther Capt T D 1English Auction cer J I friends Deserting A mild political sensation wnsI caused in Owensboro by the pub1 givenoutIby thebes known pyljticians fi V KentucVy to the effect that nItuC1rytake if thy failed to indorse Senator AlcCrearys candidacy for re election to the Senate- JudgeTaylor who declares forI McOreaiv has been one of tne BGckham leaders in West nIucky fn the past He has jiistj returned from a meeting of ihe County Clerks cf the State ut Elizubetbtown and srys that be found sentiment almost unanim ous for McCreay CEVI RIO BITTER THE BEST fOK 3ILIOUSNKSS AND XIDNEYJ I ROAD TALK A Few Suggestion From Correspondent on tlie Subject It has been quite a while since our columns have mentioned tlje roads Our roads arsom thing of general importanc to the weh fare of our County and IfebithalL the subject should be moFelalkedp of and the results wl1U out soinntime or other I took note ofan article in our local paper rdctritly in which It dsclosed the fact that the Goveniorment de sired to build one mile of pike In every county in each state for a sample lesson to the road build ers as to how it should bedone This mile of road was to be con structed at the expetse of Uncle Sam who would also furnish the machinerv Tins little proposi tion may not have attracted the attention of our road representa tives who I dare say need no in structions alongths line however I do believe it would prove beneficial to the general public andIageneralru1ein be rnuch improved if it should be tried Onrroad masters are at present using evey energy pos sible to improve our r ads nev ertheess I believe they could do betel and possibly save much labor and expense as well a metal for tthe road if they h dthe proper knowledge of road build ing We arq never too old to learn something and should they ecu e a piece f workby expets end follow their plan it would loubtess prove a success Thp crushers that sire in use wOiuggood work and it must oea good investment fortheI Counties general weifate in the purchase of these powerful raa chinQS whereby large stones tJIat1 would have caused much hard labor to a wan crusher ire corn paratively nothing to crush wr h the power crusher There Ins been hundreds of erch of rocks h ruled arid liiled or the crushers and by the time ll this meal is successfully usedI oh our roads it will remind us of Better Roads One thing our county has lacked for a1 number of CflS UNO 4 SHe Tried FIY Doctors Mrs Frances L Sales of Missouri Nalley la AriteB I have been at llicten with kidney Iroablo five years had severe pains my back and a freqeht dcaire to uri ate When riding I experienced much pain over the region of the kidneys I tried live pb3sician9 without benefit und then concluded to try Poleys Kidney Cure After taking three 81 Bottles was completely cured Sold by Rod Cross DrugStore 1L1i1 j Cstof Primary According to Chairman Mc Quown there is very little pro spects of a reduction in the cos of the State primary fromLthe original estim die 40000 The expenscrr will be apportioned among the various races the can didates for an office dividing the amount assigned to that particu lar race Inn Governors race for instance the apportionment it iis thought will be exceeding lb OQOt1t ROOOnotI as the race now stands e tch of tho two candidates will have to contribute 4000 or 5000 The cost for entering the other rare HERE ITIS vVashingtoncputity y Are you agaiin Sthe sale barter loan ofr Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors OOO will be lass the fees being grajde according to the importance and emoluments of the office Phi greater the number of candidates 1for any office therefore theess it will cost each candidJe indi vidually This however will I not induce the man after n officej to solicit opposition Ha wouldl rather bear the burden of the ex pease alore uban to run the risk of loosing his race by sharingthe i cost with other candidates itiis unfortunate that the cost of run ning for office is almost prohibittI ive for a poor man absolutely so but there seems to be no help for it It has been decreed that the candidates shall be seclected at a primary election A primary it seemes is a very costly method although undoubtedly the fairest way to determine the peoples choice If this plan is to prevail then there is nothing to do but put up the money or keep outt of politics Tne ambition of many aspirants for office will besquelcb ed by the price Danvilld Advocate There is uothinp so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeacewiththe world feeling when you sit flovyn to your breakfast There is nothi g Conducive to good work and good re iults The healthy man with n healthy mind and body is a better cHow better worlmant better citizen than the man oc woman who is haidicapp ed by sorap disability however slif bt A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts and your deposition Get aayfroD the trorbidness and the blues Keep your1 stomach in tune aud botH your brain and body will respondl Little qdi cretibns of overeasiag can Le eafcil corrected and you will be surprised see bow much better m nyou are Try a littUKodol For Dyspepsia ifter ycur meals Sold by all drtg ista 5UProsperous Fair t Although wet weather considerably hindered the showing of stock and the progress of the Harro sdurg lair Tuesday and Wednesday the man3gemert vas encouraged Thursday anti Fri lay by a large crowd of people that filled the grandstand and grounds to overflowing In yeArs gone by the capital of Mercer supported one of the bestfairs in the country hut later the old association quit onj account of lack of interest and for several years the gat s were closed The new association organized three years sgo has put t lcfd timo sprit in the people again Advocate T Giye Up to Die f VB Spicgle1 1204 N Virginia St v ansville Ind writes For pyer five ycaraI was troubled with kidueyainl bladdcr affections which caused me oruch pain and worry I lost flesh tad was all run down aud a yearago had to abandon work entirely I hadthr e of the besipnysician Who did me no good and 4i was practically given up to de1 Fdwlqre Kinrtey Cure wrsrec ommcned and the firrt bottle gave Me great relief and after faking the second bottle I was entirelycured Sold at Red Cross brag Starve Mad Bull Col 1BEL Gaitlier tile uell knowe attorney came tear los ing his life Sunday afternoon in an encounter with an enraged bull iin thO woodland surroundirg the Asylum lake The animal which su thqroug orb ed and a very valuble one is ovned by Colonel Gnither and has hereto foro been as docile as a iamb et eeptfng on on one or two occas ions when tie showed a disposition i of tight Sunday ftermUcn he suddenly showed bat tempe ooooo5 OO rO et t r r f f ThIs is the otficial l ballot by whioli the question cf prohibiting the sale of spirituous vinows or malt liquors will be submitted to the people ofi on Saturday August 25th f T 6 iOOOO I1iI p tINo- J DoOOo6o t o g i and went aler his master in deadI earnest drienbjColi itattacted him tossed him on its thenlbrewhim1I strong and athletic man he man kaged toget a hold on its horns and to in a measure ward off its thrusts He was however pain rrITyo colored men who appear ed to be passing the place at the time observed the perilous condition of Col1 Gaither and im mediately went to lis rescue After considerable difficulty they succeeded in rescuing him Be was removed to his home assoon as possible and given medical attention He is still mfined to his room and willbe compelled to remain there for several days Harrodsburg Democrat t Art M Min Gone torat He neglected to take Fowlers kidney cure at the first signs of kidney trouble hoping t vouM werr away and he Was soon a victim of Brights disease There iadahger in delpvbut- if Fowlers Kidney Cure iis ftaken at once the symptoms will disappear the kidneys are strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of Morgamowh Ind had to got up tcn or twelve times in the night and bad a severe backache and pains in the kidneys and was cured by Fowlers Kidney Onre old at Red Cross Drue Store Greatest Harvest on Record The j overnnfenis July crop repots ilLdc les the greatest hUVPbt on recoid And this de spite he know n ho tage in the oats cropr Ccupled wi h this prediction based on if resent con ditioiis is the report that Europ will be short about 150000000 bushels in its yield of wbeatI Oats on July 1 were estimated tp be 80000000 bushels behind thq prospects at this time last Tear but the acreage is somewhat irger aid ttis deficit may be reduced somewhat by harvest time Corn is now neailv 6n 000000 bushels ahead of the July indications a yellr3goI but of course the crop is ia its early stages Only 46000000 bushels of wheat were carrjed over in farmers bands and counting this reserve we have lobellargest wheat supply7 in ight that the country has ever known The winter wheat ex ceeds the memorable crop of 1901 and the spring wheat promises to outstrip all former records of yield Tne short straw caused some miscalculations Tnresbers retiirnsiidicate ex ceptionably heavy yields oi plump grain Sour Mash Brown Whitesburg Ky Single Lnd ed Deputy United States Mar shal F M Blair fought the ncted mOons iler Sour MbShBrown near Beefhide in this county yesterday The shiner was armed with a revolver acd hotguri while Blair had his trusty bra e 6f revolvers v Bluir ran across Brown un expectedly He had been bunting him for months and while toping at a farm house yester day was informed thafr Brown was operating a still near byt He decided to investigat and ifJ he found the stilt to go hack and snmmonsa osse to capture it As he went along the rood he met Brown who recognized him ond retreated to a house near by where he prepaircd to resist arrest Blair by pretending not to recognize Brown rode up and made inquiries regarding some persons residing up the crfcekr Ho then rode off but returned and engaged Brown in conyersa tion V Brown pretended to be working on his shotgun and Blair got the drop on him Blair vjiU take a posse and capure the stillnextweek Brown was held to the Unifed States Court at Pranlrfoat under 1400 bond by Commissioner Baker today t =WctTEDGentlewan or lady with good references to travel by rail or with for firm of 250OOO00 Sa1ary 108200 pCfwyercf and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses plIJot Kv A Copperhicla Mrs George Gilll who llives about four miles south of Merri mac Taylor county was b-itten5byand for a time it was thought sheiowould dp fc T V The accident cccured on Sun day afternoon while Mrs Gill her husband andi two childre were on their way to a friends J intheneigbborhoodThe distance between the two homes was over a mile and a woodland intervened All ware treading a well beaten pith in the wood land the husband and children leading the way In the twin1 kle of anye the snake which was lying in a bimch of grass nearthe roadI sprang at the lady and buried its fanjes in her limb near the ankle The sting as shesaw the snake uncoil jl1- ed her with horror and for a few moments albwereparalyzed with strickenwErA1the that they permitted the snake toj escape unpunished As soon a- Mt 5 Gill came Wfir- ealised Se1fn the erious nature of the situtatioa he t fe4iis suspend ers and bo ndhlu wife s b with it between the knee arid the deadly bite of the reptile They then hurried home and summoned a physician whose timely aid saved Mrs Gills life The coppei head is regarddas ons of our most deadly snakes which unlike the rattlesnake or jt viper strikes without warning i Letanon EnterpriseS Change at St Cathtrins cThe following special frbni IBoston Massachusetts will be uf interest fo the many friend1 nd patrbdSjof St Catharines ti Academy this county It was today announced in re ligions circles that Sister Mari 4agdalen of Watertown Mass a Boston uburb has been selec tted to the highest position inthe J Dominican Order thatofMott er Superior with headquarters atispringfieldKy Mother Mag 1 dalen has for eight years beena teacher of elocution an St jfiitM rIck parochial school in town where she iis well belpviK jJ She is also widely known i n1 Charlestownj Mass having been v assigned to that district Corsometyears prior to her being sent to fthWatetownleave for her new spot J or In thif state it is not Tjecessary dAfj erve a five days notice fot viction of a cod Use the original laxative t cough syrup jbennbdysLaxatite Hipcrf ey and Tar No opiates Soldbyall bruggists Grot Cattle Show The American Shorthorn TVBreedersagreed to duplicate t1rnoaat t Offered in premiums for Sboi horn cattle at the Big Bluegras Pair tobetieldajb Liexinftoflthi week of Sept 17 to 22 Tlif ccmmittee on classifications Pia4 approprfatcd 885 fpreSborbhorD and the generous offf tlSShorthorn Breeders AShatkz- will make the total aII usIobe offered for this bij cattle 1770 SJ1 Ilti i sures a splendid Iajtie slictThe appropriations for otleri- breeds are atliberplas that for Shorthorrs r and tber will ixp ait Lexington probably the lert display of cattle ever seen lit the South Whenthe Hair F llJJ Then itg time 10 etl No time to study to Ttfdi io experi tnentl You wattosveyOUf- hair tad save k quickly todt So IlkeuPJCMtr mind this VCIYMiflUISthKIfYOUbbevcr Ayers Hair Vigor h msk the scalp healthy The litir lCyiin It cannot do says thing elK Its nttures way T1mbs 1iMgofstssttl 55tv I ri l e 9 11 i j j PI HIE NEWSLEADER nVLOmXB K VKKY TXUMD AY SI AYEAR IN ADVANCE f PRINGFIELD KY EL DAVISO Jr ITI orh1tneu notices 10 cents per ch lubscqaentlnsernon Calls on candidates and jrHtiralmstte 1Job work is doae at low rates but cash 1tt 181d u lhJ cfffaS AnTtrtlslaR contracts made on liberal cei Obituaries and resolutions1 respect ts per line NNOUNIXZNT atr Magistrates tS50 Dzti let Offices lr00 a =THURSDAY AUG 10 1906 Wenare authorized to announce Robert Npe as a candidate for the office of Clerk of tile Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratlc party Thorn rtifi I Mr anjiMrs G W Fen wick and daughtir Nina ard Naomi spent S ttUrday with Mrs W T ligsdoit J Wias May Rutld is the guest ol Miss Ella Tobin ths wee if Willie Fenwick vMecii Lis uncle GtW PtnAick Saturday ind Sunday liss May Rodd and Miss Ell vbtnwere the guests of MUs J v ydoa Thursday and Fri flay Mrs Ben Haydvii with her daughi aw Mrs Leo Hnt7t Tast weeK who is very Mr and Mrs Perry Davis 01 Lebanon were the guests of Mr Abe Canary and family Frida and Saturday Miss Anne Hardiri is on the sIck ltst Mr and Mrs George Barker mother atrg little son WiTe with K U Canary Saturday night Mr Llnnie Pain who Has ben visiting his uncle Mr Ejd Gravis for the past two weeks has returned to Louisville Mrs Bet tie Canary was in MackvUle Sunday Eery bdby isdbne thrashn- granftheir crops turned putt nei Forgetmenot i F orestVi e W e iMiss Spaulding of Louisville tis stopping with the amiiy ti Mr Frank Spaulding counItylast sunday night We visited Valley Hill last Sund y and were much delihtec at meeting two of our formerj neighbors afld special friends Mrs Damon Carrico of Leba jifa d Miss Haliie Moifett of fjouisville and also Miss Hettu Kfeliy of Valley Hill at the residence of M as A G Donahoe An ice cream supper was given afe the residence of Mr l Thooaas BSanford last PriJaj night Mr Robards amused the crovd vitn his aphophone Oscar Green aud ftimiy who came up from Louisville to attend the funeral of Mrs Smith are siuBa a few davs with ie1atv sad Liends bore rii t Mrs Jie Carrico SIfttTMUUd and Tuesday lostJ- frWlL iir uncle Jo Spaulding icr feceHttllf 4 Kunday hght to the 0 c r Lee bmttb a datlgh 11 1rWatOBryans newmue f irn willbe completed this week iii Mr Bart Fmiths new rebiiiI deuce will te finished in the near future Mr Maraja sold 20 head or Xhales to Mr Brown of Bard- stoiiforl2O tcb- Mr Rich Smith bought of Mrs Blurifortfa uice for 130 The tobacca cropis very nice comiJering the la eness of set ting Cpiii iIs extra in this lo caliy j Jr l ANTIOCH Rev J A Sims and Rev Douglas Bryant closed a series of meetings at the Rutherford achcolhouae with four additions Mr arid Mr Jackson Watts and chililreii werethe guests of Mr Jacob Snider and family t Thursday v A pro ra ted meeting will be gin at Fivrvjew ths GCHh by Rev Lowan of Wilmore Mr John Mitchell accompin edbyMiJ Mailie Htchett at tended meeti g at New Liberty Sunday ciifbt Mr Yeager who has been ill ior somstime we arc glad tore part bttrt t MrCarlWalls and wis Pearl Sgid er made a flying trip to 1 GrensOfape1unday U Mr Harry Brnttt ard Roy ci W iinj5af JSpringSeld visited frl near1Xiro IIMIttOJ MsyatIW mt j i v Valley Hill fiMfi thkst3n of son llast W 4t this place Miss Pearl Goatley spent Wednesday night ih her cousins Misses Imogene and Margaret Goalley r Mesdames Ota Ctiipie and Edward Goatley of Maud were in our midst Tuesday Shelton Lewis who visited relatives at Brush Grove Jast week is again with Tlios Reed ofithe road Miss Virginia Roster visited rlHetgtsrl day vMfB Edd Janes Ytisited rela tives near Poortown Sunday SpringqeJd placeSundaySundayMr as B Goatley visited his grandson Marion Sea at Ok HU Sunday Mrs Sabe Hardin is on the sick list at this writing Mr and Mrs John Kays of Polln visited relatives in this section last week A letter received this week from Mr and Mrs Wjf N Fos tebo recently m9ved from this place to Windsor Henry county Mo states that they are n w house e pir g if10ld Kpn tucky again having remit ved to Louisville Sunday The old- s rtionl TheresnppJace like home Is proving iti philosophy Daily tthose who goWest to seek fortunes usually return l1ne to find them Never turn loose of a good thing until you have a sufficient bold on a better one M Threshing was finishedt in this section last week with satis factory resul s for all grain dealers Wheat on an average was 5 per cent better than was anticipated Typhoid fEwer is making its Innual visit m this section and has within its dreadful cutcjhes wo of our young boys Edd Pinkstou and Arthur Hardiri The school at this place is in i flourishing condition under our ieliabla teacher about 40 pupils are enrolled and many more will begin when the busy Season is over Recent rains Gid much damage o the road and washed out the mb mkraent of a small bridge- n ar Midway that was under vav of repair Iist week andre named torn out over Sunday making the passway not only in jonvenitnt but dangerous as he out let ar tidd wai very teep and a difficult flrije ts peciaUy at ght- 1wiUhc4stand for the truth uldetbe asser ion at all 10weVa very duect carrier save your correspondent a very lisastrous account of a terribl ain band around Mt Zion and hapin Monday Althoug- hI ran did not reach us the iver was raised consieerably t The sick in this section are convalpscf ntvwith tim exception of Ed Pinkston who lingers with i severe attack of typhoid fever A vauable driving hose be ongins to G P G aley offthis place sustained a serious ankle sprain recently that has to the time of this writing rendered he acimal useless Several from this place Atten led the temi efance speech at laud Sundav by Hon 1 H Thurman Several from hi home town accompanied him out nd an unusual crowd was present Messrs Ernest and Jeff Goat ley of tthis pace are unusually fond ofccDolls regardless of their manhood J Uno and C Po Goatley at tended the temo0 ranee meeting at Hardest Friday night Rev W H Williams of Springfield delivered an excep tional temperance lecture at the school IIOUSP of this district Sat ur jay night Rev Williams visited this section freqentlv and e appreoigte lhis company yet- lie placOjherethis plme is positively a fixed vote V Your correspondent han both eyesand eafrs thrust opbn to the socidl world Jasfc week yet failed to see or bear of a little social b2el1jIchronicled joyedthe P elca boo your While correspondent cutting hay exerci6esl ded of a very important toctal event of the short past Avery inquisilive fallow asked together with fifty other qnestions What is Hay worth Now this question is transferable and doubtless many readers will re member that real Hayworth is not realized in this section veryfrequentjy The hay was of excellent Duality and the worth is yet to be realized l It takes a man of grit to wager Sb10 on the whiskey fide but I Heard a felow say he would and know h6 did wager that a certain precinct would go wetr by 3 to 1 The opposing beter was surely outof his wits to do fichan absu b thing in pubic should know that it is very immoral to bet Hping noted many hot air- awiinspiiing 2x4vlocal option inspiraioul Ihat ifvvtnia do much good forth bje raan to come to th i 1 section and convince the local enthusiasts that they are no morelit than a June frost Nevertheless according to Goldsmith Every absurdity has a champion to defend it Well that fellow at North Bend must think the News Leader has a coward y set of readers and writers to be blowing of his bg 4 and minutemen garrisons of that section and supposing that the readers would come after thE m with a gattlins gun We douc use those things in this section and minute men are a thjng of the past The big four is one of the mainrallwavconcerns of the U S and the dog law is just about as fir from the proper place asis the seining law As they are neither very illustrdus additions to our statute book And the question is Wtiat on earth vure those assertons made for and what end expected to be ac6omplished Words are inadequate to ex press my g atitude toward Lilac for the deserved compliment in his last lletter It does seem to me that a man of his ability as a thinker and writer should not spend his valuable time to such an insignificant write as Uno And it make me feel that I should strive hard to reach the attainments mentioned by him I am also glad to know that some one at least approba tea my efforts in bubalf of th- eCNC and it shall be my aim to have our letter appear each Week js inteoastin as Lilac would have you belujve lUnoP A world of truth in a feW words Nearly all other cough cures arc on ctip tsng especially those containing opiates Kennedva Laxalhe Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates You can get itat all aruggUto 11 h Zion Echoes We have had considerable amount of rain for the last few days and the crops are looking well and also the weeds Mr Earl Shoemaker of Glpns Creek visited his cousin Vallas Pinlcston Saturday and Sunday Mrs R A Russell and gran daughter Miss Carrie Njeal are the guests of the formerson at Vanarsdtll Several from here attended the lecture atMaud Sunday Mrs William Gatfipd and children from Louisville are visiting her parents Mr ardMrs H B Bonta Miss Sallie Mae Williams the guest of Misa Sallie Marshal at Bardsown Rev Williams of prnsfield will deliver a lectune on local option Wednesday evening a1 730 We trust a large crw will attend and much good v i be done M1ss Ora Pinkston is visiting at Glens Creek Mr Will Sct formeryof this place died athis hone atiGreen briar Friday morning His re mains were brought here for burial the following day He leaves a vife father and mother and several brothers and sisters to mourn h s loss Their friends of this place extend to them their heart felt sympathy The Tattlers 1 Wily does the sun burn Why does the mosquitosiinir Why do you fed unhappy in the Good Old Summer Time Answer We dont We use DeWitts Witch HazelSaive fond these littlejills dont bother Learn to look or the uamc yri tliebvx to get the genuine Sold by jill druggists FOR THE CHILDREN Lady nnd Goutleiimn Thc ordinary dictionary definition of Jie Avord lady rsha woman of relined or gentle manners a well bred woman and n similar definition applies to a man when called a gentle mau Tliu editor Is not a maker of Ucilounrie but he thinks be could tigst ngooll amendment to that acfluitliu Of course a lady or a guUcman should be a person of re Qmlfl or gentle manners but perhaps It might be better to say that she or he Is oe who conducts herself or himself WItt gcntlpiiess and propriety under all circumstances and always with n nice regard for the feelings and sells bilities of others Thls regard for other persons Is the very essence of the character and it exists In the na tore of the lady r gentleman not in acquired education or uccomplkfli naeuts Chicago News A foul That Rcnaoncd A robins nest was filledl with young ones in sight of n friends window Thp mother bird was away when a violent thunderstorm came up As the heavy drops began to pour down she returned and the little ones greeted her with open mouths expecting the usual food She pressed them down with her toot and sat on them with ex tentiod wings to siuieitltlieni from the hard rain and remained ther till the storm was over Was there not a process of reason here She saw the heavy downpour of rain and thinking of her exposed children believed they would be hurt or drowned without jher care so she hurtled back This f8 called instinct but Instinct Is concentrated wisdom without the process being madeftnown Blindfold Cnnir- W4ieu a number of children jnrc pIny- In together one of them may be sent from the room and one previously blfudfolded guesses which playmate Jias gone For hearing tangle music is excellent the child listening for the Increased volume of music tto tell when he Is approaching the lilddcn jet Or n blindfolded child may hImJJ which of lila playmates Is singing speaking to him or having siapf different tuiil2pr THE STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY it J tTh Agricultural and Mechanical State College bf Ken tuclry offers the following cOurses of study viz Agriculture biological mathematical physical normal school classicah mechanical engineering civil engineering mining engineer ing each of which extends over four years and leads to a j masters degree Each course gf study is orgjfhiaed under a i separate acuity The general faculty number nearly fifty tprofessors and Instructors County appointees receive receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain ten months traqeling exp nsd The laboratories and jmuscqms are large well equipped comprehensive and moern JMUitary tactics and science are fully provided for as required by Congress Graduates from theseveral courses of Study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration Time demand is largely in excess ofLthe ability of the college to supply The matriculation for the last year was including Summer school 815 Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Sumner fschools are provided for pedagogy cngillecring and instruc t tion in cience and arts The State College of Kentucky is the only institution in the ommonwealt1t doing in any proper sense university work TIme comphjtion of the college home for young women pro vides facilities for good boartf and lodging It is well eqtiii ped with all modern conveniences including bath fooms and A room fox physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by electricity An onportnnity is thus afforded to them of a thorough teducati in classics modern languages literature science mathematics Jogic metaphysics history and political ecoho my No other institution in the State otTers advantages for the education of women at all comparable to those offered by the State College of Kentucky 4 new Library Building will through the generosity of MrrAndrew Carnegie be erected during the next Collegiate yearir The Normal Department will be on a better foofcng than ever heretofore Last years largely increased attendance Cwith the unprecedented growth of Summer Normal School both indicate that tin era of prosperity surpassing that Qf all previous years has opened for time Normal Department of time State College For catalogues method of obtaining appointments infor mation regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON PhD L L D or to D C Frazeei Business Agent Lexington Ky FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 13th 1906 Inmlilb ringinpf or n non ttn rap plug of a stick the fctrlking of si note on the piano the flapping of hnnde ho removes the Unndnge from his pyes nnd himself r iJents the sounds In the orderIn which they occurred Dire ami IiiznrnH Some of the wldMiwnlsorsjnnv he surprised when told that thu name Dives Is not mentioned In time BIble and yet they have heard the story of Dives and Lazarus time anti apnln perhaps Even the preachers give the name Dives to the certain rich mann of theTjtory The truth about it Isthntlntlm Vui gate or Latin Bible the word dives Is used where time name of the man inljiht have been given but dives Is a Lntln adjective meaning rkh and not it proper noun at nil It L not strange as the poor man Is cnlhHl Lazarus that the rich man should is Designated by n personal name hut there Is no warrant In the original text far dolnff so Thf RnTenollll Leut The locust Is about three Ineijesloh tlth a lavre head and projecting oval eyes Its food consists of leaves ami green stalks of plants muiwlllJIlo casts aUght on aliy vegetation tlmt they fancy they consume It entirely The terrible ravages of locusts are owing to the vast numbers In which they appear tilling the air and dark cuing the sky so that objects cast no shadow mIll advancing with a sound like the rusbllig of clmrlots Locusts ire found in almost all parts of the world except the coldest regions and ire equally destructive wherever thi y ippear Time Jloro 1rcvlonft Than Jlomy Thirteen men Ofle Kgirod to meet at t fixed phxe mimi at a wrtnhi hour At he appolntfir hour key till MpptMrcd xoept one lie waS ftvo mlnHttslitt tt Mien he arrived of UK othfrs jHfUld You have caused iw to lone iin hour Looking at his vatclCthc musK was late j iild Xo Only live minute The other ropltod TIire arct twelve jft us waiting you and twoiv times hive minutes mnke sixty minutes So ve have lost an Dnlry JotdniStudy each ow fjtciv to feed her rojiomieally but amply flean time manjrersbofore each grids feed Sat time herd iorrdUy v Weigh out time grRlnmtteit for the herd Teed silage after milking Kep sIlaKO nnlllflr out of stable otlHlor times Feed hay after Rilape In morning niwl tyo hours ahead of milking at night Arrange bedding time last thing at uiIghtinerhenum Cultivator Cnr of tlH Knrtii IltirHC Never allow yotir ltONt S to wear loose littlng collars says American Cul tivator The collars slmoubi 111suuig but not too tightly Ito sure to keep the liorses bfunst clean In wa m weather when tile sweat rtrles tw Wash the collar loon vhlle the tean Is resting mId wash the breast of the horse before the sweat lrkv on If proper attentloii Is glvpn this matter rarely will the Imoes breast ctorc Inter For CliloliB sbosiUl hive freshwater at least two or three times cadi tiny nnd time vessels containing the water should be thoroughly misused and kept clean writes it corrcspoiidput of American Agrloulturbt I timid thAt milk is a great thing to feedthe young chicks It soejn 10 agree with Jtbetn amid puts them In good shape to wll as broilers Buttermilk of which most farmers have plenty Is alsovexcellent Admiral Dcrrpy ory Admiral Dewey ttri meeting of clvi war veterans spoke of innrksiusinsiilp A colonel and a captuiii were shoot hug together he sahl Time colowe1 walked sonic clistmmc61mm advance of the captain Suddenly a Hwk of blnjs prose nail the captain letting drlvp spattered shot alnjut his superior ofllcer The captain liftsloncit forward shout Ing his apohfclej The colonpl l with n grim smile pick ed a shot dut pf his arm mill 81thfSee lucre what are you out day parlrlflacs or promotion l Bos ton Herald lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard aBeautiful town or rich black Use HINTS FOR FARMERS CoW Slenl For HOKS Ansrcerlng question why tho bos sliotiid IHJ fell cob mealu M A Vaiigu says In Aineriosin Agriculturist 1lrst thbcoo j affords thj rough feed needed by tiM hog to till the bowels the dilation or any animals bowels is an important factor in its health second thurc is nutriment third u vigorous digestloi is iiiafntafncd by virtue of the cob lightening the food so tiiat time digestive Juices can per nieate the whole inn witen and make the Ugttliou more complete fourth the b mesh inflkes time diet hjore cf a laxative nature zmdhy lighteniuj the teed nail rendering It store orons the tendency to a jtwrlgh anti slug gish comlttlon of Uieljowels jg avoided flfth digestion hastened nimihi t iIs linp Xvwl the appetite sfla rpen etl hetilth Improvedlnll of which helps the Itog to lay on fat dally Qunrlors Pi r Kowli lro18gtt1ieflhiIhtn liata wtiterquitrters by Oct J Dwit put Ui glass wrLwIows try nmiriin hues They are cheaper mind uttttir hotter tfor tltp fowls If pos sible lvii eoacrwtet flJar s e to kpcp out tbf rats otherwise n bottrd Ihxtr is Urat Face UH luuae 3ntheast or south h and X It la to lie aslied rottf bnlkling have the low skie tolhenorth Be wre tt3 give lJfltltj orOOot- tiIU1vetotheltlnbl A II III by 12 foot kt jpst tly rlpbt six for ftecu liens amli i fcock It tIseooiiomy tohiiuti all liuihlings It iHt wrve woojT auil uive them nest npfm1mnhumcstIi AvuitlI 1nrkiiiwoH III COuntry Gentle luaU J rTjlC Ifcr11jollr InUw it4Iott itf thfltenl boor we wteh tts i prs Ufioii tliu liuycr the imMrfeMccf early selection Oo to the brciBtA r ami uiake peraoHMl selec tion If IHMSM The iKwr sbaukl be obtained at leak ttwo months before lhe will be uIcelPh Select a vigorous healthy MId tIit t p3jc with every ovlilQiwe of a gjodfvVhv and wMh the proper markings of tho brood repre KQUttil Dont buy a bokr Jwit because he tins a tim heart girth pr perlwps n line oar 391 hQlft OrlC MlbIUkl or tine hihut bear tnlnd that it a oemblttathNi of thl e goi pMnts that liroducec tbi pig ve want IS 12 lien dotSon I5for Iowa iswlnaBroQJUai iri Inll VIg StHflu who Aeil their i4gs largely m Sralii and tiwl Jlieui t mntrketabl wofglite at Mix mouth of age sell thiu fn April aiMl Mayl writes a Michigan fnrmQV- f In Amerieim Agriculturist Others profor to feed loss grain through tie winter lotting ilIIfSlJt more clover cjrn fxlilor roots and oliaayor iVnln until gntiw atartsi They thin rapkl growth wlh the dairy wastes In which to mix the meal or mill feed A ghoul share uf the feed gnUioriMl from time flekls This inejth KlltlIalao an excellent i lau to follow in producing the poifularprorfent very bacou hog Cnlf Fecdltic f In 1J2 days calve fad whole milkI II8UIU8t rator filclm milk and xnl llvor oilII About four ounces was found to fltlioh could lt fed A feed roUahod by calved was made up of oatmeal ground Unseed meal linseed cakoand lentils 8dutcookeVoveniight with a small quantity of salt And tnolfane and ed vartn in the iProPOrtion of tuuet iwnatls of meal to fjve qumir4to r all1ll Ileiiicily For Shoe lIon Make an Indslon into It h rjre enough to InaOrt our foreflnger a ul11110 nl 10Uae content to aut Then with tho finger tear loow ftuhUIQuI thttf ryrityre out the cavlt n tier euiit aoh lon of enrfoolk cA4lf Aft enl Injectl tincture of lodlro HuHl dent to wet nil parts of the anc with ltniul nil the further treatment need trill lKto syringe out with carlio Ilzctt water initll it heals up Put nehoot on time foot to prevent a recur YISmlmll The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Su arcoatedimUd certain They cure constipation ioffiSSz llUCKINGHAM DYE nrtr or vacacmsos air SILLs iwnaZ- cAI 2J H You Want H 0I c c Anythingn FEtaeFi 1 f f JlFFJnsuauce J r Callon 1 BD LAKEE- rscrcr rsII 1 tr TteOiraal F ley Co Chicago originated iloney andTar as u throat amid Lug remedy and ou account of the gieat m s rit and popularity of Foley Hou ey andTar nmu3iHi itationaareoffer edfor the gtnltineAskfor Foleys Honey and Tsr and refuse any substi tute aflferudf asuo other preparation xill ffive the stme satisfaction It IP mildly Jaxatlve It codtaini no opi ates and is safest for children and drilicato persons Solp ly Red Cross Drug Store is LIST OF FARMS Foit SALE BY McElroy Wharton Real Estate Agents NQ 170 acre farm located miles frbiii Spriimgllttidright on pike food ttJJingandbnrnsj 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenoed and watered Price 0000 No 125 acrqfrirm well located good dwelling nthrlaru all necessary outbuildings acres bottom land farm well fenced anti ingood state of cultivation Price S0000 No 07 120 acre farm 8 miles North ofSpringJield goodo room dwelling good barn i4 acres timber land 40 acr s in grassl Price 2750 No 08 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved lricc SS5 per acre t Nof 50 acre farin well located Price 1000 No 70 145 acre farm well locateif and lies well good house and small burn mostly iinlIrnS5 well fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and wcJfmproed lies well and is as good as the host Price 00 No 72 210 aacre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in gras right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tennnt houses gOQd stock barn and tobacco barn plenty ofjobacco land 10 Hcres good timber Price 50 per acre No Ill 3S5 acre farm well located right on pike arid rtillroad This farm is subject to divljsfotii 2 ggod dwellings anti barn fine body wf timber plenty of tobacco land Price 3 per acre No4 150 acfre farm 0 railes north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acrts of bottom land wejl watered and fenced Price per acre 25 No 75 126 acre farm located near tovn 12 acres bottom landl 4 room house good barq rpom to house six acres of tobaccof fence all goodw Price 420 per acre No 7B 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springftcitf well improve nice dwelling barn niicl all necessary outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000 Noh2Ioacri4nn JfiOacresIf bottom land ajl gmd land van M cultivated every your 1ood Inmovetm- it ntsof every kim1ii room dwehiin halls and lorch2 jfoxl barns 2 cribs Hjeathousebugfj house milk hpust farm vwTl vaterednbd fenced II A llrstclass farm onch7if mil from MnckvtUe trighmt on- ldkTiuIkfarmmmIs fhjf iiriprovod every war new 8 room dwelling homt two tenant loses good stock ant tobacco barns zIiai etc This farm nearly all lies well and is in a high state of cultivation Juts is strictly Ia inicel place and a chahce for some oneto buy a milce hemuI The IJri right and terms easy vPirice SO ettWe also have for saia 330 acrjc SPdnJtIth1sh1llacearebfefng a twostory brick six pomfe halls and porches located inaheay tlfiilly shadtd yard Time barnsNitje flrstclass as are all other outbirHd ic1orchardtimber is well fenceU and watered Price 10 per acre No 78 SOacr e fnnn located in Marion countj good 6room dwelling good barn well eniiod and waterejj all lies well and convenient to sclioiol If1Oandt INo7U 75ficrefarm well located good improvements of every kiiMl new house and turn alf ties well close to good school and all churches Price ii5D V 4 fNbticeV pQlIcustoms grinding ttiiy more will buy your grain and sell you the Hour and meal tit tnar1 tprices Jarboe McWhorteiv p JRKINGS NEW DISCOVERY Will Surely StqThit Gtuiht 0 I t 15 t Rolls qf Mattingi f ii I AT COST FOR CASH I f i t 1 i FosVV ii 1 ot A nice assortment of t j FLOOR 4I RUGS i At Cost for Cash W ly i 7 50 PAIRS V Lace Curtains this seasons goods T Whichwewilt cibout at25 per cent off for cash t OTHER BARGAINS ON SAME TERMS 1 4 I GEHNDY S McITIRE I s= Time FliesI Is an old adage Its abig jjump though from the tiipe of the first clock to now Bridge the chasm ajid what have you The first clock crude the one of today almost a locksII 4 t Is what you find the year round Iat my jewelry store My new reflects my being expert in lecting a jjewelry stock To save fl itc i v Luv from lilt Gravesgn llC iw rv ia r r EEgErEEeEEmrt Fl FlASQREEN mti t Bug Brand tI HI4lm1p The Kind that Kills H10 + vt Kt I T t IHMYDONS t T 1 CORNER DRUG STORE t p tJ i fl ir i t r r l HE1I 1 iL l 4 7 1 WBHAVB TO INVEST t FORCLriiiNTS Il S75OQOOTO 81000006 c in good Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturing j Bank or Trust Company propositions tj r lJWEBUYAND ELr b t Buy ami soil entire issues of Tnufticipal and corporation Jbonds undaryTireparcdib fqrpiah capitall for any rnerito 4 rioos proposition Have nOfto loan on any A vNo 1 tl proposition T GTLlQRE COJKELLER KtriiJi2svG LOUISVILLE RYQW I 22Oj OOO IN PRllUM Chronometer Accurate Elegant Ittcck TIib = BiG BLUERASIS =FAIR= 20 000 J fiN MkF r I42NGroN tf i SEPTEMB ithr 224Time biggest and best Fair cvcr held itr time South bass ktiMM MckiJ y 4A classes of 1IvcStocJi J nnd crlcultural Products Kdpps fanM u MiNlar Band IHghclaasAtnusemcnt cff kll sorts r For Catalogue end other Information address GEO A BAlM Jcy f LeiNto Ky c DRJIJ BURTON RgSIDENT DENTIST THEXTRACTED WITOUT PAIN 7 OfWCS agaa Block up stairs PRINGFlELt KY All Dental Work Strictly S Firstclass Dr Ji H LAMPTON DR J C NUDE LAMPTQN MUDD PijilciinsJ and Snrgeons Offices over Haydons Drugstorq 1 VtfT GRIGSBY 7 TT9RNEYAt LAW tOLIco over Peoples Bank t SPRINGFIELD KY J B ROBARDS M W HYATT RoBARDS HYATT y Jhjsicians and Surgeons Office over McEhoV Shultz DR J H HOPPER PIYSICIAN and SORCEOH I Office PHONES 97- Residence 71 Office Over Hagans Grocery I ioiirN Y11MAYS UNERi ulHfClOR AND LICENSED EMBAlMER TELEPHONE DAY19NIGHT74 SPRINGFIELD KT j ftair Schedule Following is the time chedole now in effect on the Bardstown J arid Springlield branch railroad jta No 41Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junctior 502 pm Karriefcnxfch 552 Dm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 630 am Bardstown 617 am I Bards own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730am Bardstown Junction 980 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 1 120 pm Bard towIi 230 pm Bardstown Jun ion 435 pm arrives at Louisvillej 545 pm oo 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards tpwfl 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 ani No 9f3 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown f JunctioD 650 pm Bard town 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm 1 Bonds Carriage I Repair Shop J Alt inds wood work anth up holstering doneI Gain Cradles on band for sale I hve for sale now one new i band made buggy new hand I made spriug wagon and a good second baud spring wagon i I will work Cheaply for the tmoney All work strictly cash 4 =13 WH BOND ispringtield Ky j FRESH BREAD t fcOLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily Always good always fresh i We have a Baker who is an ar 4tistat naking good things Six Loaves of Breadfor 25c Herlliens Confectionery Farm For Sale IwishtosJ1prjVatelymyfarm situated a mile and a half below Springfield on the Bloomfield road and containing 135 acres The farm is in a good state of cultivation For further partic u1arsapplyO W R JANES Springfield Ky i r t1 titijE TEXAS WONDER fcures all Kidney Bladder and BheumotJc troubles scld by all druggists or two mojitbs treatmeot by wail for 1 1 Dr EW fell 2926 Olive street sv Louis Send for Kf mucky estiraonials i fC Notice All persons knowing themsel Te indebted t3 the firm of McEl roy Bros are required to call and Mitre at ontf3 as the t rm has jfihahied h nds and all old busi BCM mus jle tebbed up MILlOYtEOS tr v I TOWN W Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest i 1 AH About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances oo The Fair t J The Wash nlpn County Fair is on this week and a big crowd iis in attendance Yesterday was oofthebiggeStflrit t days in the history of the fair There is a splendid lot of horses ton the grounds and the exhibition of n i stockpovesto be the best ever had Today is sch olchil drens day Tommorrbw and Saturday otTer gcbat attractions For best tea rr pretty IceTea glasses ee Hagan Eros S ethe bargains we liaxe on our Oc counter itt Camp bells Any artigleskon our be coun ters for 2oc ft Hagan Bros Fruit acid tin Can rubbers and sealing wax iatCarapbells Any 3 articls on our lOc counters for 25c Hagan Bros Slone fruit jais for sealing up preserves and fruit at Cam pbAls Five g llon cm and full of Icoal oil for 1 25at CarapbaUs You will find pretty new duck hatsforthe fai4at Mr Wil hams For a first c1as meall at reas onable prices go to Springfield Hotel 011 Rice proprietor A inew shipmehfe of that good coffee at 174 cents just arrived at Campbell s f A good summer tonic Pure homemade blackberry cortja For sale by 0 LJ Price M Fojg the next 20 days cur furniture stock will be sold at 25 per cent discount at Campbellsi 0 7od home cocking rind prompt service at the new Springfi ld Hotel Everything neNs LoA gold watch Friday night Finder please return to Tom Wilson f llardstwn and reeeive reward fi t Rappy Heine y latest two step 1123 Slrido latest song B sure to get them jt EM Russellv osBetweMcGill School hojiisS and Mrs fa G Tumeys a yrhUe cashmere baby cloak Mrs JB fehewmaker JnlofJotts EM Russell j Messrs cEry Shades have bought oult1 the sock of groceiies of J Scott McCabsr and will move the goods to their store The old stand will be occupied C F Carpenter the butcher Mr Ben Haydon the well kiown farmer + iti en of the Pleasant Run neighborhood met with an accident on Monday which resulted in broken ankle He was on a spaffold on a new barn whew itjj gave way and threw him to the ground Mr Haydon who has been director of the Springfield fair for a num bar of years is attending the fair this year bn crunches The heaviest rain ever known in that section fell in the eastern partof the ohtron last Sunday night and great damage was done by the highi waters of Long Run and LittIeech Every bridge along the road between Perryville and jilackville WaS washed and pebple are put to geat inconvenience Old in habitants say they remember nothing like iitj since the flood cf 1860 which alsodidgreat damage Mr P S Barber of tfiis county has a twO year old filly of which he is 4ui proud She was shown at Harrodsburg last GIrlIOf Gypsy Girl theFarmers Home fournal says One of the Youngsters ekhiblttd at the Danville Fair lasil week which attrai ted generalIj attention arid admiration wap Gypsy GIrl Own ed by Col D L Moore of Har rodsburg Gypsy Girl is a full sister to the famou Gypsy Queen She was exhibited ii the class1 for two year olds staliion mare or leld4ng There were extra good ones in the ring but thei judges had no hesitation in awarding frt jremiuoi to Gypsy Girl TOPICS I MMMM M1 Lawn Fete IiApubic lawn fete will be given in the High SchoolH grounds on Wednesday August 29 from 3pm to 11 ptlic t proeeeds from vhic will be used to purchase piano for the Primary Department in tile High School Refreshments will betl served and vocal and instrumen tal music furnished throughput TIle lawn in frout of the school building will be beautifully decorated with lanterns arranged in the school colors It is hoped that this entertainment will be generously attended by old and young as the proceeds are used in worthy cause Under modern methods nlusic is a necessary part of the school course being indispensable in the primary de part ient and all first lass schools liave a piano in this de partmant It is for your children and you owe tto them to eucour age them in their work and at the same time you have an op pjrtunity to spend a ptpasant evening Miss Eoitna Nunant will have charge of the arrange ments DEATHS Mrs Smith wife Of William iK Srnitha well known young farmer of the county died on August 10th after a short il ncss She was a young yom nwith many friends and great sympa thy is expressed for the young husband Ababe of a fewdays survives Mrs Smiths maiden i name was rhQfupl ins The funeral took place at St Rose on the ilih inst Mrs Mary Rogers wife of J3ud Rogers diEd of consump tion at her home in Springfield fast Thursday Her little child died of the same disease only two days after its mother passed away The twbinonihs old irfaitofs Mr and Mrs Louis Reidel dielc on llast Satrdavat the home of its grandparents Mr Richard Boblitt and Wife in Springfield The infant of MrEd Lawrence and wire aged about eight months died Monday night of cholera infantum NOTICE The undersigned firm haying disoived partnership all persons knowing themselves indejbted to us are requested to make prompt settlement The boolrs of the firincnbe found at Robertson Ulaybrooke office Resp Robertson Brothers PERSC NAJ Byron Croake spent Monday iriJBardstdwn P H Mi Grundy was in Louisville last week Will Selecman spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Sue Rayls visiting rela lives at Bloomfield Mri Jessie HaCTnn was in Bardstown Sunday I Mrs Ggo Hurst of Louisville is visiting Mrs Mary Noe Miss Beftha Tong has returned from Lebanon Junction lrsJ iL AilenandsonLen were in LouisvilleMonday Miss Graves of Simpsonvillp is the guest of Mrs Rugsdale tiss ElsiS Gast of Louisville is visiting Miss Marie Barber Miss Emily B Russell is at home for two weeks vacation Miss Sallie Carrico has re turneil from a visit to Louisville Mr TD Wells made a busi ness trip to Louisville this wenk Messrs Joseph and James Clements were in Louisville Sun iihiy Dr S J Smock and family have returned from Atlantic City Mrs Ralph Boldrick and son Thomas visited in Lebanon last week Mr C P Haydon attended tile fair at Horrodsburg last week Messrs Perry Marks and Louis Keltey were in Bat stown Sunday Miss Rose flip of Lebanon jis the guest of Miss Jennett McjI Cleland Mr I rs iOIl cl LcusvilV i v visiting at the home of Mr Ben HaydonMr MrsG C Wharton are spending the week at Tatham f Miss Bessie Durrett of Bloomfield is visiting Mrs Lizzie Durrett Mss 1 onta rest of Louis yule is visitiingMri J F Gregory s family Miss Jennie atheff Bards town Junction is isfting rela vtives Here Miss Althaire Medley has re turned home after a visit tc Louisville t I Miss Jennie McCabe and Mr Ruel Foster were in Lsbanor last week Messrs Woodie Mattingly and Tom Efardstownspen Sunday here t Mr T A Spalding Sr oJ Bardstown was here pee day last week Mrs T CJ Bland ford and son Frank arc visitingMrs Nannie Simms r Mrs T B BlanVrd of Pine 1Irs1Nanniey Miss Catherine Greene ofr Louisville is visiting her grandparent here Mrs Joe McIntire and son Otha of Louisville are visiting Mrs i W Reidell Miss Lizzie Leachm n has re turned froma visit toMiss Hun dlevatJHuberI Littl Miss Keren Brown of Lebanon is visiting her Cousin Miss Brownie Martin MissAnnie Cooper of Louis ville is visiting Miss lag Hag n this week Mr vf MtCartliey of Henry county is visiting hero and taking in the fair Dr Richard RoB rds has gone Gravel Switch to locate for the- practideof medicine Miss Sarah Tucker of Louis ville is the guestof her cousin Miss Mabel Tucker Miss Elise Durrett entertaiiiFd a number of her friends Tuesday night at Dr Hyatts Mr and Mrs Hugh Noe and oil Stith have returned from a visit tp Harrodsburg Miss Diliie Losson hasre tuicned home after a visit to friends in Lebanon Miss Marie Barber is at home again after a visit to her grand mother at Bardstown Judge and Mrs W E Selec ipan have returned after a short visit to Tathain I Pnof Stith Thompson and sister liss Lulls have been visiting in Blobmfield tw Mr James M Nicholson of Willisburg paid the NewsLea der office a call Tuesday Mr Will H Wharton bf Louisville is visiting his parents Mrtj J L and Mrs Wharton Miss Emogtne Henderson of Louisville isa guest of her cousin Mils Francis Martin Mrs C C McGih and daugh ter Miss Mary are the guests of rSbteve McGill and family Miss Veola Browne has re turned from a trip to Indianapo lis and to Grab Orchard Springs Mrs EdBosliart andl daughter Ethelbf LouilvillG are the guests of Mrs JL Allen and family Miss Sarah and brother Sam Pontrich of Louisville are visiting Mr John F GrceQeand family Misses Willie Knott Cecilia and Robbie Simms have return ed froma two weeks visit at Pineville David Lit eJ who has been in arailroad office at Nt rfork Va for several months js at home this week Miss Jennie Spalding has re turned home after a visit to Misses Sarah and Anna Jay Simms Miss Fannie Wall has returned from a trip to Niagara Falls and Canada after an absence of several weeks Mrs Lee McElroy and daub ter Margaiet of Kansas City Mo are visiting Mr and Mrs A C McElroy Miss Blanch Carrico lIjas re turned to her home at Howards town after a visit to her sister Mrs Geo T Clements Miss Myrtle Price has returned home after a pleasant visit to Misses Julia and Gertrude Stocker at Bardstown Mrs W T Leacbman enter t fned at six oclock ditner Wei Ii tTf uiS norIitraveling a long distance to have yourteeth extracted t- Ii Without Pain or Danger ij All work guaranteed ib 0 10 LGt CRUMED D S lli ik iiI Bardstown Ky i33s3 aa 3133 a13 11 t- w nesday in honor of MiSSJen o- elSpaJdingJ Wilson of Bardstown attended the party given Friday night by Miss Mary Haydon Misses Sarah arid Anna Jay Simms gave a picnic la t rues dayiin honor of their guestt Miss Jennie Spalding of Bardstxwn Mrs Maggie Carrithers of Louisville and Miss Laura Peters of instead Ky are guests of Mrs D B Lake this week Misses Hallie Huston Kathryn Wakefield and Nellie AndrSws of Maud are spending this week with Eva Royalty and attending the fair Mrs Maria Booker daughter and sonQf Little Rock Ark ai rived llast Tnusday to visit relatives here Mis Booker is at Tatham with her sister Mrs W E Selecman Dr J BJ RoBarrds and Mr RoBards were cabled to Burgin last Friday on Account of the illnpss of Mr Nun Buster who has typhoid fever They returned Saturday Rev G F Hambleton gave a lecture before the Ladies MiSs ionafy Society of the New Salem churclT in Nelson county yester day on the subject of Japan and Missions The following are recent arrivals at Walker Heights Misses Mamie Tmcy Annie Casey Mamie Scott Sue Connaughtpn Maymo McDonnell Lillie Gordon iivOMalley and Jr Cary lij Lousvillo On Thursday evening Misses Nellie and Jennie Greene enter tained many of their iriends in a most chaiming mannerin honor of their guest MissOmea Irvine The evening was most happily spent by all present On Friday evening of last weekl Miss Mary Haydon enter tained her young friends at a Japanose Toolt this gathering the young people enjoy d themselves to the fullest extent and Miss Haydon proved hefself to be gifted in the art of critej tiining 4 Commisioriers ale h f is J Smock ndntr tc PUTs vs Norn Strof ham fec Dfts By rirttie of a Judgment and order qj sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February terni Ocmin the above styled cause II shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House dooj in Sliriii fleJd Kyj CON MONbAY AUGUST 27 1000 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout beintj county court Inrt tlie highest bid der at public auction lIpogt a credit of n anti 12 n onths the following de scribed property towit A tract of laud sttiiatedon the SnrinflJeld and Perryville turnpike about one tnla half miles from Sprltifflelil KramI bounded nsIQI lowsrBefinning at a stone corner to rightIway Springfield errc yule pike thence along theocdgcof- saitl right of way S 04 E iii poles to a stone where an oak stump is called ShnIthenceI mryLocustthence S 2 K SB poles and ft links tq a stone nrsa little branch corner to Simms thence S j6t W H5 poles and links to a stone in aroad thence N 12j W 48 poles to a stone In said old road theifco N lit W tu poles and IX links to a stone in said old road thence N fll E li2Ipoles anti 5 links tu a hlnck walnut tree corner to Whar ton thence N 10J li lI poles and IS links to a blackl ish corner to said Logan thence N W 52 poles and 7 links to the bejrinnin containing one hundred and fifteen and onefourth acres Anti also the additional tract as follows which adjoins and isi a part of said tract Beginning at a cherry tree in Dr Deboe line corner 1 to AVashinffton county theace S 10J W 313 polj s to a storije corner j2 to said county thence S 2i W 40 poles to stone corner 3 in line of same to H MtfElroy thence S 22 E 100 poles to a stone corner H to McElroy on side of branch thence S W 24 poles to fence post in John Stevensons line corner 5 to McElroy thence S 42 22 poles to a stone fcorner Oto Stevenson thence S 48 W 124 poles to a stone in center of old road corhqr Ii to same in Mrs Willet line thehce 81gl 7 poles to a stone in roadcorner 8 to Margaret Hundley thence N Ctli E 320 poles to a stone corner 9 n2JIJolestocorner 10 thence N 50J E 137 poles to a stone corner 11 to Deboe thence N 2l W 30 poles to a stone corner thebeginning squareIpoles And also th additional tract as follows which adjoins and is a part ol said trat Beginning at a stob it center of road and in line of ito Munnel and corner illI to Hanc Caltlwe tlutite with the center ox a vr i SALEIdI k Off Odds Ends and Bemnants t ci u c ft After invoicing a 25000 Stock of Goods we 8 find a lot of odds and ends anti remnants which S have accumulated and which we have 1 4 Culled Out To Eie Soldf itt almost your own price This us a chance forJ 1 i real Bargains as the goods are Staple and good rrior ro 00 4 We are also showing some bargains inp ttTSSummerS Dress GoodsdScIL and have a good line to select from Call and see us b Robertoni ClaYbrookei Ie THE BIG STORE d J 4 I TiI1 ted i Have fitted hundreds of others 1 3and can fit y m Names and f i Prescriptions on file come and j g see for yourself Give your a- iI eJ CS the attention at the right I time and place Nothing but high grade goods All the modern Idnds and styleS of f lenses Bifocals of every description j 1 I ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONSI a Specialty g I Graduate OpticianI always on i hand1 to make test Satisfac iition guarnteed GM RussellIeqvwYTh P M lJ71 6 said road N 60 E 4 poles to stob in same tit 2 thence with same N 344 K O poles to a stob on side of road nt if In line of Isaiah Anderson thence with said line S SOW 04 poles to a fence post in lIe aldwells line corner 4 to said Anderson thehce S 22K poles tothe beginning containing one rood and one square pole This is a nice little farm with cqihj fortable dweliing house good barn and well watered conveniently located on a good pike and rural mail route and within about a jnile of i Hrstclass graded school For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved securityor sureties must execut bondft bearing legal interest from date of sale until JaiCl and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these tern tQ LEACUMANj MCVC F I Tuuo of rtit1 nnolnfr Dlood The VfctnrI of tile rntiulitgc hovsofl Bat Instorsou aud ScoUiv IJolle doinonj strntc the value of gooil blood In the breeding of thoroligliibrwl Boththcsq two earokls are by Frankfort who waa x sotvof IIHar Frankfort wag a poor propositteu u race horse though be was highly trknl as atwot ycniohl and sold for a big sum as jf trlluR When It conic to rueful Fjiiiikrort WitS ottljere and was final iy tjokl for SuOO to TonE Madden wUo later sold hltnfor500 Somq time afterward Madtlen tried to buy hint back for 2000Q hut his Qum i ouW not soil Xo rankfort a ralUq Its lucreMsed j4ttIIr Juke nccklcy Jak iJJjaBlsly St Louis Nationals who has been replaced by Tote Xoo nan a former Italy Cross college catcher may never play first base for the InKllnals again Old tiagle Eye while still rrtfnest and ambitious has not been meet ins the bulb very frequently ot late and rvianagor McClosky had boen trying to find a hard hitting first baseman r 1Lurlltil1 Lontr VIudrnrtl Deat Some of the yitcittsiueii who made the ocean Aoyage from StilL redro ta honolulu have rutnrnod to San Frnht Cisco by stenmor and speak In high praUKJ of Iho Lurllno andAnomdne the hatter owned by C L Tutt of New York On onetcir the Lurllne made 2200 miles nod averaged 201 miles a tiny In the race Vnsrn crM OililInt Out Shoftslop Vagner of tbrf PUtsburg Nationals was credited with an out Inj a verV peculiar pl y In which Iltcljo Lloflcljl having thrown up his hapd tq stop a hot Jhel ban was deflected towslrd Wagndi who made a one hand catch Lleflcid got an assist on the out The Great Crcllccua Crcecu 202 Is showing good York In tratin linrlntr worked nilo tYh un polls for Trainer Hcri py In 21ft the test hnlf tla 1O1 vl tlm last tnirtr In on sftcaril FoLthiLithTANDTAR1a I1 UPYOUR B desn11ake much costsverylittle 1aroundWAUKONTt dfine I gradeofVarnishwi1hcoloringlWt mcrtterrfround into iti sothat in stead Painting the floor and then varnishing ityoudo both in one rfectpJecyingshades Byuzinjityousure cit little c03t- Rwz23bcrThcn9me TOWAUXON GET IT AT THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE ij oo ii The first Nationall Bank 1 J n SPRINGFIELD KY 1t Gapilal 50OOO Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO I i f g OFFICERS B L Litseyi President JomW Lewis VicePreaide ttg AC McElrby Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier JRJBr tg Foster BookKeeper lIe H Purdom A st BookKeeper ttrDIRECTORS B If LitseyJ W Lewis Sidney Gr enJF M C5t 1pLSl bell RH Edelen H M Grundy John Op ti We grant every favor consistent with safe ban llln J tg ness respectfully solicited t4 i I 7r j- I I jj I MARKS 6 GREEN 1 j The old Reliable Manufacturerst 10 and Dealers in all hinds of LUMBER LATHS SHlNGLESf7 SASH DOORS BlIlND t f t I 4- 1 fIM1 1 l r We are sole agenttlfor y It 1 IACME CLMENT PLASTER 4 i11 The Best on Ea tbPrcestU bt V Office and Yards Jocborand Railroad Streets OOOO sprinliiehJt Ilt Ioj f ft= = s s SS S S Ssst EVERYBODYS BUSINESS fn1 nI1j Is Nobodys Business But cmrJ3u m iaV to give the public the best workn t jp f r r 1J1 1Ll J ft PJdmbinill rI Tinning and 1 Jl Ii ftN t CD bail possible cost cYE USA CALL Q ivtJJ i m m W RI CHARD I r f m SPRriELl KY 1 rGl o I Iii A 1- J r i J FRANK BALL SURRENDERS vi Ficrc BAttki ini Mountains 4 fVy TiondcMi Ky Aug 9 =The ctptare of Frank Bill ihc moun ta aclespradowhoiwas recently convicted for the murder ot Jack Boljo the barbr Rnd whoes Ac ped from the Richmond jail about three months ago was ef fected this astfrnoon after a bat tie in which John Lee one of Balls men was killed Ballsur rendoredufter Lees death and will be taken to Louisville for I Mte keeping He made a speech saying he is not in the pEnitent- iary by a damn sigbt tI Iirtbrec Weeks Sheriff Ricet Wv Johnson ipf Hell county has had txo of Ihe shrewdest 4etec Hves ia the country engaged in locating Bili who was known to j be somewhere in Lea county Virginia add making careful t surveys audVaps of the iwm di ate vicinity where he was in d4 ing It was learned that Ball and s weral of hs frietds was sta tioued in the house of Rufus Ball oa Hardys creek among the rugged foothills of the Pine Moun f tains at Wallens Rdge I After carefully planning the roule and manner of ihe under tiking Sheriff Johnson with forty picked men heavily armed left ifleville 01t specialI train rat 3 oclocktsuay and arrived ifdo Rose Hill less than two hours later From here the went two men no one horse to within due- half mile of the spot where they dismounted and made the remain der of the distanc3 on foot across WallensRJdga When the party arrived at the t house they found Ball and rour surrenderhouse was riddled with rifle balls One party in the rear finally sue ceeded in hitting L e Ball then surrendered The Sheriff and his duties were unharmed Balls whereabouts have been known for snme time but the big re ard has not until now induced any set of men to attempt the haz irdous task of ar resting him The several re wards offered by the Governor Jailer and Sheriff of Madison county and by the Odd Fellows fRand Junior Order merican Me chanics the two oders to which I Balls victim belonged flggrega 1Ited nearly 2000 Balls father iis Sheriff of Lee county Virginia and Hi is said to have many relatives arid fiiends in ihd cpuuty Owing to thes facts his capture has been considered almost impossibleI I Ball was given 8 life sentence atBarbourville this summer for the murder of Jack Bo in the barter at Middlesbqro more than a year ago He was taken to Richmond for safe keeping while hw case was carried to the Court of Appeals Here he made his scape last May acd since that 1ime4 qhaq bten afugitye from justice in Virginia where heccu I ssdered himself safe II 300 Lives Lost f f The Italian stearhslup Sirori fr Americarth800 vvas wreck d Saturdav night oft Ho migas Island which lie uoout two and a half miles east waid of Cap3 Pulos spain i hree hundred of the emigrants Spanfe WDed B3hop of Sau Pedro Brazil was also loaf The remaindtr of the jiassengers and theceri a d- I cflwioLthe Sirio got away in the I j if1 jJ DOjT TODAYJV AM othlak that teamoa lM ago tested lOoi 1 bll 1wcttoGer4uSyrup entiaw Wfm jllcUoIt Nerer put 4dtit toxMfw what you can do to Xiyaw1Kv t orally presented in thid ntU 1Q1it today I That i the terse svci e want to give you about that ac1dHf cough w demoouiaiaf cold witk aic1yon have Mat atraUsr for sev aj days perfeapa weeks Uake ome reliable ttnedy ftr it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Bowiliees German Syrup wkkk uc been hi use for over thlrtyfire yaari A few dotes of it will 1undobtedly a itrtyoqr cough or cold 1LLfld its cotttiewd M for a Kit day will Jrodeepseatedcowumption has attacked y0 ar ktafs Cenaaa Syrup will vmto aatada ftftx it dooc aloo im tboMiafa a1 ap jxtfeatiiy hoe caiet of lumg ifouhl- 4Ncw trial twttka ajc rerolar Mat J5u a4l n7 J IIthJOw them from the Shore Annmter of fishermen who made attempts at rescue were drowned Those rescued from the vessle are n9ll atCape Palos inia pitable condi tion without food or clothing The captain of the Sirio just before be killed himself attribu ted the wreck to his own impru dence Tir InSeilDele Major Hamm cjditor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky4when le Vi+ Gercely attackeq four years ago by Piles bought a bpx of Buck lans Arnica dive pf which he says he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since11 Quickest healer of Burns Sores Out and Wounds 25c at C J Hapdona drug store A Dangerous Pest One of our most prominent formers recently ask us to call attention to the thistle whicl seems about to take posressioi of many places in this country It is not the Canadian thistly which the State Agricultural Department sats does not thriye irl Kentucky butthe ordinary Itim l which is almost rfs bad Its prick Jy leaves prevent stock from l som91pasthus wasted While it isI much for the farmer to cut the plants on bis 6wn place still the light feathery seeds blow a long distance thus placing the farmer who woud do h s dttymore or less at the mferoy of his lazier neighbor Now is the time toI cut these thistles arid if edj action is riot kept they will give the farmers much trouble as they have increased greatly in number during the last few years There iis a law in some states flit ng the farmer who fails or re fuses to cut the Canadian thistle on his place 1 nt rySOIVrd How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousqess and habitual constipation fras a mysery that Dr Kings New LifePills solved for me writes John N Pleas ant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or inotiey relunded Only 25cat cN Hflydort drug store- Comm1sioners Sale The Farmers Bank of Chaplin alP1ffs Hens nShields v et all Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit termI1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Sprirgfield Ky ON MONDAY AtGUST 27 1900 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being hIghestandbest followingdescribed A certain ti act or parcel of land countyKySouth by thellands of Frank Shields ChaplinRivererett Parish contaning 135 acres more or less Amount to be raised Homestead 5100000 Debts 81971 Interest and cost 12000 Total to be raised 193971 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale Until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid Jers will be required to comply promptly withthese terms MGLEACHMAN MOWCC Dbg Tax LaW i J Fran lii1 lStite Auditor Bager is receiving inquiries from County Assessors l as to the as sessment Of dogs under the new dog law adopted at the lastregu larseisio i I the Generall As sembly and1 H is though that because of thp d ffetence in time fixed for the assessment of prop vrty gene illy the law cannott become fully peritivc without being amended by the Assembly Under the rjavenue statutes oft the Statetthej assesment of prop arty i made iIIS or thetirbt of September of each year The dog law providing that the As essor snail list dogs for taxation between the fifteenth day ofr September and the thirtyfirst day of December u Bcause ofr tbis difference in time the Coumy Assessor 6aopot tegi the listir g of dogs for at least fifteen days after he has begun the work ofr listing property shuigh the taxis due and olect bJe as the taxes on c tI r j roper y and pro v sion is madd in the dog JawIoi blank spaces in the Assessors books and schedules of the As sessor Th batter first came t the attention of the Auditor in a let ter from the County Assessor of Clay county who ask for infor mation and directions as to how r i to proceed It can be seen that if a County Assessor is at work iisfing for fifteen days before h- etlist a dog for taxation a HeWnecessaliJy should go back ovec the s rne territory which many of them win doubtless fad to do The provision as to time of assessment in the dog law is evicjentilv sir error due to the fact that Sep temoer 15 was for a long Jtime the date ofassessment of all prop erty for county and State purposes Why take a dozen things to curs that cough Kennedy Laxative Honey and Tar allays the congestion stops that tickling drives the cold out through your bowels Sold byat druggigtp RiiralCarriers antf Vacation A decision of interest t l rural- malearriersutnd their vacations hits been made by Controller Robert J Tracewell The car riers who have been in service twelve months are under tire appropriation bill which wtnt into effect July ii ntitled to fif teen days leave of absence with pay and many of the carriers have been writing to leain how they shallproceed to obain ihs vacation The arrangement must be made through the post masterunder whom the carrier serves The government fa- rnisa substitute for the fifteen days who receives pay at the rate of 600 yer yearThe car rers are privili ged to take the fifteen days off at their conven iencedunng the year Teey can take the leave all at once W a week at a lime Conti oiler Tracewell has given a decision that a letter carrier who is present for duty and per forms all the duties required of him during the day is entitled to his full pay for that day The Jaw fixes eight hours at the max im urn days work and corners in some instances have been aole to cover their routes in horn five to Six hours Postmasters have been in doubt whether a full days pay shoufd be allowed un der such circumstances Con troller Tracewell holds that i tis an administrative question with wjiich the Treasury Department which must settle all bills has nothing to do How to Ayoid ADpeMiciis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orino Laxitave Fruit syrup cure chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bo wells and restores the natural action of the bowells Orirn Laxative Fruit Syrup does not naused ate otvgripe and is mildand pleata nI to take Ref se substitutes Sol bvRedCrosa Drug Store insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any ciflim of paying its losses in full iyr Homicidal Mania 7 Uldjflipburn bJrns to destroy his family or kill himself wvs seen this afternoon in the jail He leher attdthe fact that hehad burned the Weisiger stable some diays ago arid that at times he felt like taking his own life and again that of his wife and children Tcis was about all i hat ho would divulge stating that he would rather wait until tomorow to- gve a full and complete story to the couit when hk trial comes up A local physician waited upon this titan today in jyil and after u long conversation Vvith him told the jailer that re was sut ierirg from the most malignant type of insanity and that he was iabe at any minute to kiLt him self or anybody that camo abound him and that too without the least malicea perii happy though locked in a cell BalYBions sSeaa WallII makes life now as saf in tiiat city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Button t1n Wuco Tex needs no sea walfor safetyi He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discover forConsumption the past live years and it keeps me r well ard are Before that time I had a ci ugh which for years had been growing worse Now itsi gone Cures chronic Coughs Xi Orippp Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumopja Pleasant to ta e Every bottle guara nteed at C J flydons drug store Price 50c and Trial bottle free KO Dyp4rpcwrQJIt The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most dan cerous because so decep the tnity 111lteti deaths are causccl by it heart jdis ease pncunionia heart failure or apoplexy often the result of kid iey disease If kidney trouble is allowed to1challc- ethekic1nelison1 ed tack thdvital organs causing catarrh ot the bladder or the kidneys themselves break down and waste nway cell by cell Bladder troubles almost ahvays result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest In a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it aiid over cOmes that tiUIleflSflhIt necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many timts during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swnn1J Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of hc most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedoljar size lottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery ninE a book that tells all about it both sent free by irtail Address Dr Kil mer Co ninglmuitpri V Wlien wriUng mention reading this generous offer1 In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SwampRoot andthe address Binghamton Jf Yf on every bottle f NEW SHORT STORIES ArtlNtH and Their Wlver To Heiiry Jnines who never mnrrtiHl a yOung laity mltl at adlhuer party Do you think a follower of tio arts it painter a writer or a jmisfehin does better work unmarried than married Yes I think ho does Jr James answered Why do you lhhk so tile youn lady persisted Why should any oue thiuk thata wife would be a hindrance rather than a help to her artist hus band Sir Tames smiled Once hosaiti I attended a dress rehearsal of it oomody at a London tile ater The rehearsal went well only the LWEMAIUN1 IS VH0Y TAMK loading Juvenile Deemed rather liard and cold I was son tot In the dulls and a charming lady of middle ac sat next to wJSl1Cj said at the end of the thlrdactf It goes beautifully doesnt It Beautifully tIIJ But Dash doesnt make love to that Irett girl in as ardent n manner as I could wish Ils loveijiaklnjr In fact strikes meas very tame and spiritless Tho lady frowned lie wont putany more spirit In It while Ive got my eye on him let me telhyou she said She was you eeej Dashs wife New York Telegraph Voii the Sliootlncr Mnteti New Jersey is the home of mark manslil This does not jncnn that tier sontf ran outfihoot all others hut her rJlle n nge at Kea Girt Is the test and most popular In thin country nUlL teams go there from ovjyy section to ihoot Therefore it was natural that one day when there was a great gath ering of politicians at Sea Girt there should 11n shooting match In fact there were lucid several matches be tween different clinics of contestants Finally the grand prize of the eon test was announced being a shoot ho lwccn cCongressniHn ioudenslager and the man who hint last contested hh tiomluatlona contest by the way1tiutit proved the hottest that was ever knowiiein the district First the oppo neat ot I4oudenslnger shot and missedl I can tie you said Loudenslapor and he did Then tile shots went on one after an otDcr and neither could make a lilt Finally a henchman of Ioudciislager crept up tOlIlfli and said Youre shooting wrong Loudy You wait until you hear tl6 lick hull turn to the left and pull the trlirscr Loudenslnger followed the advice and shattered the next ciny pigeon to plecos It wa the only time hint either made a wore and Loudy wits awarded the prize LiiiroInM Jllrnclo A great deal of curiosity anti com ment WAS aroused by tit Lincoln hog cabin as it passed through the different cities of the cast on Its way from Now Yorl to Its final resting place in Ken tucky Mtuiy curious anecdotes are told of the trip out of which was re counted with keen relish nt the Belve dere the other luv lh y Captain X S Dullitt of Vnipsmy A First Kentucky Infantry who was in chronIc of the tic tail of Jive privates that guardod tilt relic on Its way south The cir cm Which the cabin rested stood on a railroad siding in rhiladtI jihla whei a Quaker City man who hind exhlblted great apparent interest In the cabin approached Captain Dullitt with a timid question So that Is really the Lincoln cabin lie asked The real thing responded the cap tain t l And Lincoln was horn Irt there Right within 11030 very walls Well well said the iuestioner as ruminatively stroked n meager tuft Ihe reddish beard And I suppose lie cut those logs with luis own bandsv Baltimore News a WOMAN PROPOSES A hack drove up opposite the ortbr iy room door and popped there nUll lady gotout of It The sprsinnt htard her voice as she Inquired Is Sergeant- flolrnrt TJroVu In this troop Tito sorscfMit straightened himself up when he sits the woman cqtnlnjr ii Mndge Vanuess he saul bitterly cannot a man rest quietly In his gravcf Mack Trevor she began And old Stokes the trumpeter from n polntof vautago on the upper porch growled There Aint I bin telllnf ye till tong I knowetl his name wasnt Brown any moren mIre Is Jacl Trevor wont on the woman I want proof that you are a dead man The sergeant laughed Proof You can find my epitaph written In unpaid hills over the face of half a dozen counties Isnt that enough Dont be a fool said the woman curtly Granted you are ditt1 and you art not Why tlouta resurrect yourself Wily dont youVork WorlI am working Im drilling recruits and tlmts hard enough Its no good Matlgc obstinately You would hotter have stayed away Im happy enough The woman unshOd dangerously i John Trevor I Intro come 5000 mUM nil alone to find you anti you ten- you ars happy and that I would better not hftvc rome Well bitterly what would you have me Kay ask you to marry meV 118 frankly Theuprgeant laughed again Lord win hnflgine Itthe dishonorable sergaant awl the lion Mrs Brown earned on the troop returns and drawing their monthly rations a pound of broad per tiny n pound of fresh meat Including bone dont for get the bone and an ounce and a rue tion of cofte etc and living In nI tumbledown wooden hovel anti you taking In the troop wasiiijigat 150 a month per luau and bakh pies which I should peddle to the mcii In quarters on credit until pay day Dont you like thn picture Of course youd lip very happy und I should be contented It goswlthout saying Xo Pdont think youve thought nuuch about the bar gain or you wouldnt make this offer John Trevor she saldvslnce I left Xew Ycjrk I have not allowed myself to sleep because of thinking of this thing Now you tell me I havent thought of itrI rhieseeauutsiuihIetl grimly lie hail bcqn In the habit of taking to his bunk nUll resolutely closing his eyes to keep from thinking Then the woman pleadingly Jack you know this thing would not be as you any We should notjfcive to stay lucre I have somethlngX you have not SYts that would be bettor still Tin the clnft of man that should marry sit- heiress without n penny without even a diameter When God placed you in the world dear said th woman gently ho gays you a strong innus heritage hcaltli and strength and the whojp world to live In Wont you come Let us go away ttogether somewhere and make a home Tiie sergeant shook his her d sorrowfully Not iMadgehc stilt I wont do it for your sake nor for mine If I work ed iiy Hiigers to the boneCould II ever pay those lIen I rnn away from when the giay broke huts neck mid my for tune nt that water Jnhip thoi1ftrkncsdidnt you everahear how much your torses brought when they vdre soul Xo Ive heard nothing seen no jnan seen nothing not von a line as to the old life Itts see Tlmre were ten of thorn without the gray Jroba bly they nwde SiiyoO J nut ftiulic wsis utill on the woman lips 11og she said quietly 5000 ouch paM all your debt You owe no man anything Five thou uid ilolltus enohl tHe potsennt gmcpml 1Viusfooi bought lftIuLf I bought them I aent Walter thcI horse 11t rup to jitojniic wtoi orders to KtAVt tin Wililing for catch aKsriOQ H nearly fcpolkMl Winters reputation but it suvml your So HOW you bee unsteadily Im udtsurh HII Ilelia4 aftw Kll jofj radeami Ukeli her hut off omec Jsuk ntilyr Y 8 iltnr r1lae Sue wa 1 holding qiu tier hands ngalii and the lighti shucill the tetra In her ayri Tin band waii shytutgIui Old aiatlrid JottftittTly Ihrtmgh the dusk enme tmutcto the theI Come ray love The itare are afclitinff Ttmr in fiylRc lev to dtfbteztt CoHn Yoi JewIt heart teuMac Hrre Jn wait teirl1ler Tlte aerjrpfliit turnedl and shinnied over to the Hnlt siTjfvitiitViil life voci ca joUO Say Saudor nJllPut m on 11f1 Iar 6rerknnl oldStiAes was aayg II trll ye JJiat woiians ex fsli b trlcjls ca n tlffes fail or ilsan DM you Cr8ttP hack In tIIlht ax take her l flat off an hor alie vrm ryhi taint ww not hiui butH jjcai ijtiui play ltetdrhfau1allonsIt IJlrt ircatIFuttIlie MIMVO ittfii1t im tiii when reouBotl him IJ1 n1inlelion it riiictiHlilnii Take an oval piece of cardboard 0 by 2 tInches and put cotton hutting on both slut Then cover with blue satin and put narrow hire around the edge Put blue Itows of baby ribbon on the ends and have the loops of the ribbon com lug together in a IJointTleliln bow there to keep them ttogether Take whit Jijjadcd IlhlqUlulput hr three rows smd on the otjipr side work your Initials In white sllkateon Tlien take a hook and paint white to liaug It up lip My ITnclfM IIla ni Plp- rJfy unclej black p g Is an 1nteretIugI game that can be played while sitting One Is out or It ami the others sit in a row The one who is out goes to each one In turn and aalcs a question nifi- ltiuconelie Is u jilng has to answer nuyI nncies black pig If om should rnJ out of turn he Is tiut5 If any one sltHn in the row talks or laughs he Is IrI TIn one whose turn U JIs to 3ri uncles black pig rnus not laugh orIt elselay anything To Cure a Cold in One Day Trie Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets SeveR RBSoa boxes soW ia pSt 12 wonths This signature t t tiOR THE HOUSEWIFE Vimlilnt Fluid Onehalf ounce o muriate of am monla oachalf ou ce of salts of tar Star one can of patent lye and six uuarts of cold water Dissolve anti mix and pour Into bot tles glass Jars or stoiie crocks and 1keep tightly corked Ij Cut half jt cake of gortp into a threequarters full pf cold tyater1J0ilerII mitt half a cupfulof the mixture the clothes overnightbr tweuty min utes in cold water wring out place Ini boiler and let ft route to a boil and mhiJ1tesirlnAttliey5ivihlbebe used for flannql and cplo1tlllcces Muttnrd ituce An excellent sharp sauce to servo with fish dr bollod beef 16 this of mus iradishbunch of any sweet hierb basil thyme1 savory or parsley choppedjlne a largei onion grated a tablespoon fill of salt and enough cold vinegar to make the right consistency This is best freslilj made hut If It Is to be kept for Ronufi time It should be cooked thoroughly then bottled SStained Marble To remove stains ifrom marble mljc together helinispouuttl of soda one half pound of sfott Hoapnnd one jioiinh of whiting Boll until they become its thick as paste and thou let cool BK fOr it Is quite cold spreadit over va surface of jhe marble anti leave It dt least a whole duty Use soft water to wash it off and rub welj with soft cloths For blrtck marble nothing Is better thou tits or turpentine Currant nh lIJasi l erry Shrub unnlthejuiceoftch quart of julbb allow two teifcup luis of sugar and stfr until dissolvcjd then add the beaten whites of two cpgs arid pour into a tall pitcher liiflf vcrfCcUyb H Cciliitcatl CnMiict One of the mot ysOfnl articles fe centry imtentwl 11a bodstetjd attach uncut jhe complete uppanituscan ibe oajtJly attadicq to a bedstead for the purpose of holrtth article of various 111hportion occupying the bed The arti clot Tire plaeeil in a cabinet which is dlvkled into a iraoier of cotnpsirt mont by partition At one side of J the cabinet Is a hRir of braces made of Lcio miD metal rVm tueoucso r the rods ter mioitii In lajpt Clump are Used to4ioU tho filku ct to the bed one end pf tie that ida tenulautiug in1 ldo Ceti4ilgthu loop oa the cab iuot t1I tlixeoit the cltHiips Is a ser tical ro jlica rvrvoJ hi hiago The cabinet rsii linn swunT nrpuud within c avinlftit n ich cf tile i1rsqj UIl IlK I4ot cbeit not 15iat5C l be atv ihjr tooite Khlc JAe arms of the climf wWtSi about tlje bed posti being r rilient the entire appa ratus can lift rtaiHly attached to any lotl IEi Cut Cliiuii gIailsmyQzPiute very brilliant hqut jit trarm saltPSUt J tu1l drying In a niiwC cavming well with ltWhon all httttre lisa been ah sorbkd lift tJne4Ishd wipe with soft pieces of rtnan Ordinary glass may be liinilo vorr t lliaut by the jsawe treatment iIr Jllllr Porlrt 3RiuIa flood pure hulk i nutritious nail flegJi formlnjj Take a glass of hot milk the ltaf tWttj at night If troubled wllli Iiuwunfct or If you wish tot gain tftwli JlJlk iliMait always be tak- cIiOSiyii1l4 in taM aml ta4e aiilto ten wlnul oir It glaaa Vt lIt1to Wlteiui To mix Tfliftaiipali use two pqrte or- hIC 544jtl1PCh1J111 of Mtr- mth15r Ute ztIIX tun thont thiI stagey bf stiIlk A liaudfulojf afllts aited to 0 infettttr Still prevet tht tIs era4akrrrei t i fuWla I It- rijKl tlH DrMMul niirfue HH coino Oft stislir rrtthowt taJsrhir tIt dWi at Varc I vbn 1 sn ItiItSVSOS rdr t4hti i evrAt os aa with mil Thw mtbtjei KtajrJ Umly Pit t thc ajrb 1tixVo tj be kwicJtwl oer tJ bu1qtn Sour to rStomachNo appetite loss ot strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh tolndlgestlohIcry represents the natural Juices bf diges ion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties K6dol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by Qleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining ttbestomach Mr S S of Rayenswpod W Va says was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years cured mo and we ronow Ulnclt In milk for baby tKOiI ol Digests What Yow4Eat Bottles only 100 Site holdlne 2M tJraei the trW size which sells for 50 cents Prepared by E O OtWITT 00 CHIOAOO We otTer below an att Whiq lf icfeTide t J nearly all the city ppfrs ar frhewcabli subscribqrsadd all who pay given the NEWS DEADER and Tiny of p rt r I fiCourier Journal d COir jTimes da ly 500 LouisvilJefHjraid 390 V Courer Journal 15 Louisville Herald J 1 25 r Home Rl1d Farm i 25 Farmers Home 1 75 r com f1 Qj Cincinnati i 1651 Country 2 Ottve Breeders Gazette 2 biJir Interstate Ohio Farmer l 1 30i 50 f fiIndependent 3 5 O The Commoner 1 co- St Louis Globe 1 756 St Nicholas 3 5r-The Delineator f 1 85T Womans Home 1 5L McClures lMHarpersMagazine 2 Harpers weekly 425 Harpers i 425 i 1aI Special rates given on not mentioned pdye wlrich vill be made Tt 4J Boomingc8 eldKY Jr- cr J 5 = =IJciiINSifuCI MCELnOy q CWlMRTON McEroy Insurance Agents t Fire Life f 9 r Land Sold Office Over Peoples Phone 42 CUMBERLAND GRIPH CO Long distance of this Company almost anywhere In So uthem Illinois Kentuck and Louisiana quick and the people of thIs We solicit your able unsur passed lAM ES E CALDWELL President A Genl ManagerI Louisville is BRYAUT4STRATTONBUS1HESSCOLLEBE LOUISVILLE IIuuu u lILrv S1 IGLASSts Something New and pntirely ifrlt f om h slyip Made regular reading glassps and in near sighted antl fuVroightedi glasses Ost no more than the old style m erior in eery way It tVc 6u ranteeJ thcm will promgtl J refund moiify if theyto give IcC1 t satisfaction H you av6 any ye trouble write us mebtioning paper and Av J1ttlIwu how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve r rouble if its incurable f J Howe Go OpticiaRS Louisville KyI 7 f 4 FOLLOW THE FLAG Cheap OolonistsRits to Oruon Vsshington Montana British Columbia Nevada Utah W OWl g New Mexico Ar zoua Colorado and Calirorriia Points ROUND Tl IP Homo Seekers Excursion- to many points West Drop postal partL for par fculars p W GREEKEr K Aj 7- OLETSlirffAAP T 4r- a hi4MlWv buf1 tA Is tIp 1 Twobysbox23caJ l Clubbing the I Cincinnati Poultry Bazar American D V old combined pet his you not 1 D WEll DOYOUKNOW IfrHESE FACTS ABOUT LOUIS VILLE 350000 tithin radius of only 6 miles It leads the WORLD in the manufacturing of jeans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boies and In producinff and handling whisky sole leaihea cement iuppliesJoulsvillefactory in the world the largest soap factory in the South and one of the largest plow lao tories in the world and has8electrlc ihter urbanlines Louisville acityot BEAUTI FUL HOMES itscity property valuition Is the grandest park 200000000it and many mag churches and is S LEADING COM MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll atthis school do THOROUOH work end ypall nevebeIin want ole good position in booming terprising city like Louisville NOW is tue time tolnvesUgat Cataldguefree KY j ard ICIJItESI RHEUMATISM LDiBIQO SCIATiq NEURALGIA 111- IIDNEYTROUBLE talteu Internally rids thsWobd of the poisonous matter and acids wUck are Uio direct causes of these diseaee- Applied externally It affords aliwMt la sunt relfeff rom pain while a penUeIK cure lIS being effected by purifying UM blood Blssottin the poisonous sub itance ud removing from the syitem DR t D BLAND Ot BrewtoB Oa write- q f bad been aqllrerforaUHiiIot y Lambatro and UliettmaUnt In tar i and lew and tried all the rentdtae tkat I eM rather from medical works let coaalt with a number ot the beat phTildaat bat f =nothing tht gie lb rsiit obtalited SDHOI8 I tball ertfcrlbe It In ay yriiMn lor ri1SuatiEu and kladre d- ieiFREEZ U3OU aro sotlerlni with Rheuatia Neuralela ffldney Trouble or any kta dred disease write to ils fore trial bottta or 1DROPS Md ttU yourself SDROPS can be used aD71leezth ot tIme wIthout acquiring a drug habit as U Is entirely tree of opium COMIM alcohol laodMUB Md other Utltar- iacrcdlenti tJt IWAIIIII TM WIE Jepe SS lii Laa ie4 t l P 01 Tyler t f Amherst college ticJ ucrt3 A men can 1ir rhOlhbJ y without brains no uan ever f hit cd withouta digestive system IJia dyspeptic has neither faith hope ot i cbaraty Day by day the people je olhcthaiint rtI1te of caring for their tligtstIon Jhealizq the need of thtti of a litt Jt ccrwctive afterd veretltfaf A corrcctechlke KOdpl bor PiveP ia It dlgeete wMt y ueatS9Jtf at druggists 1 j